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Old 03-23-2010, 01:04 PM   #1
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Lightbulb How To Install Master Cylinder Video

Hey everyone. Just adding to my library of "how to" videos. I wanted to do the drill mod on my master cylinder, so I decided to make a how to video about how to do it and how to remove and re-install the master cylinder. I hope this helps anyone who has been afraid to do the install themselves. Enjoy! Also, the drill mod fixed my sticky clutch pedal!

And again thanks to everyone on this site that has helped me along the way. This is a great site. The video is about 11min long. The install from start to finish while video taping took about 3 hours by myself.


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Awesome thanks bud!
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No problem! Hope everything works out for you.
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Once again, another great how-to vid!
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Nice job.
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I like your way of flushing thew fluid out better than how I did it.. Come to think of it... I mean why flush the shavings all the way through the line. I set up a bench bleeding rig to do mine.. Basically a bench, vice and a piece of sheet metal to hold the reservoir above the master.

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Good vid bro!


Getting it out is a pain.. Getting it in is worse.. But I suppose once you do it a couple times, you find the little tricks and shortcuts.

And of course the "But he stops the camera! Look his hands are clean" claims.. kidding dude. Good vid.. I saw your Gas mileage video, I was getting similar but not AS good out west with my setup. I pulled 400 miles to a tank of gas and 200 for a half a tank, but the gas worked out to be 28 mpg around there.
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Good videos man. Need to put them all on DVD
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^ Or a Youtube Channel.

To bad we couldn't set permissions to upload vids there from other members.
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I like your way of flushing thew fluid out better than how I did it.. Come to think of it... I mean why flush the shavings all the way through the line. I set up a bench bleeding rig to do mine.. Basically a bench, vice and a piece of sheet metal to hold the reservoir above the master.

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Getting it out is a pain.. Getting it in is worse.. But I suppose once you do it a couple times, you find the little tricks and shortcuts.

And of course the "But he stops the camera! Look his hands are clean" claims.. kidding dude. Good vid.. I saw your Gas mileage video, I was getting similar but not AS good out west with my setup. I pulled 400 miles to a tank of gas and 200 for a half a tank, but the gas worked out to be 28 mpg around there.
Thanks man! Yea, it always floats somewhere around 30mpg.
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nice contribution to this forum. keep it up!
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Very nice video bud. I like the claw hammer for putting the pin back in, lol.
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damn great video i hope its just as easy for my GTO as your F body
but good looking out on the video made me feel little better bought installing it myself
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Damn you use your drill bits for everything. lol.

Nice vids, i'm about to do this this weekend, well install an adjustable master, and a Monster clutch.
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Damn you use your drill bits for everything. lol.

Nice vids, i'm about to do this this weekend, well install an adjustable master, and a Monster clutch.

I can't wait to get a monster clutch. I almost went tickmaster cylinder but $300+? Damn.
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Clear footage, good explanation, Great job!!!
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awsome vid and very helpfull.

Hope its similar on my cts-v.

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Man !! you make it sound so easy !! THANKX ...!!
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